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- Systems Administration: Building a server for Maintainability and Disaster Recovery
Answer: Building a server for Maintainability and Disaster RecoveryI like to build my servers a little differently than "the standard" found in most Linux Technical discussions. ...
- Apache: Take a site temporarily offline
Answer: This is a summary for me of http://25yearsofprogramming.com/blog/20070704.htm. That article contains additional information that may be of use to you, and I would strongly recommend ...
- Apache: Creating multiple certificates for Apache-ssl
Answer: How to set up multiple ssl domains for apache. All domains must have a unique IP In the world of Debian, you have a couple choices ...
- Mail: Debian Virtual Mail Server
Answer: Summary This article describes how to set up a mail server. It does not handle spam or virus filtering, as we want to use a proxy ...
- Apache: Host multiple SSL sites on a single network card with IP aliasing
Answer: A budget-conscious enterprise solution with Apache Web server http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/web/library/wa-multissl/index.html - Host multiple SSL sites on a single network card with IP aliasing A budget-conscious enterprise solution ...
- Linux: What is Linux
Answer: Linux is an operating system. More correctly, Linux is the "kernel" or the thing that lets a computer talk to other computers or a person. ...
- Apache: Zope/Apache rewrite rules
Answer: How to set up Apache for Zope Set up Apache2 for mod_rewrite and mod_proxy. mod_proxy_http also should be loaded, but this appears to be automagically loaded ...
- Apache: Generate your own signed ssl key
Answer: This was taken directly (copy/paste) from https://tapasmishra.wordpress.com/2012/06/14/how-to-create-ca-and-self-signed-certificate-with-openssl/. I will be modifying it as I go along, but the original comes from Tapas Mishra, who did ...
- Tutorials: 03 - The Unix File System
Answer: The file system in Unix is simple: Everything is either a file or a directory, and these are all descendants of the "root" directory. The ...
- Linux: ISPConfig3 and Wheezy
Answer: These are my personal notes for installing ISPConfig3 on our servers. This is a "recipe" type of howto, with very little information on what is ...
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